How do you cook London broil on a grill?


Select a cut of beef marked by the butcher as 'London broil' that weighs about four to five pounds. Remove the cloves from an entire head of garlic and add to a food processor. Add one cup of white wine, 1/2 teaspoon each of salt, black pepper and ground thyme, and a cup of rough-chopped onion. Puree the ingredients until smooth. Place the ingredients in a large zipper-lock resealable bag or large container with a lid. Add the beef and submerge in the puree. Place the meat in a refrigerator for at least 12 hours and for as much as 24 hours. Remove the meat from the puree and let it rest at room temperature for at least 30 minutes. Pat the meat dry before placing on the grill. Light your grill and set it on high. Clean the grill grates with a grill brush. Wipe the surface of the grill grates with a vegetable oil-soaked paper towel. Place the London broil on the grill and sear for five minutes, Use tongs and turn the meat over and sear for another five minutes. Turn the grill down to low and cook for at least 30 minutes. Use an instant-read thermometer to check the temperature. Remove the meat when the internal temperature reaches 125 degrees Fahrenheit. Allow the meat to rest for five minutes before cutting.
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1. Season the beef with pepper and salt. Peel and dice garlic. Mix the garlic with ginger and vinegar, which will produce a tasty marinade. Apply the marinade-or another marinade
To cook London broil on the gas grill you need to only
London Broil is a method to cook steak, not a specific cut. Although sometimes a cut of meat is referred to as “London Broil,” generally this is actually a flank steak
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How to Cook London Broil on a Gas Grill
Contrary to what many people believe, London broil is a preparation of meat, not a cut of meat. It is traditionally made from flank steak or top round. London broil was initially a simple, pan-fried steak that was cooked medium-rare to combat the... More »
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